Care home operators will be forced to prove they are financially viable under new plans revealed today.
The Care Quality Commission is to be given new powers carry out financial checks in order to avoid a repeat of the collapse of Southern Cross -Britain's biggest care homes operator - two years ago.
ITV News' Tom Barton reports.
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